Two Robbers and a Constable

Two Robbers and a Constable

1 chapter / 749 words

Approximately 4 minutes to read


A constable, a highwayman and a lord cross roads.

Winning entry for the July Challenge 2014: "In 750 words or fewer, create a character who is a villain to both your protagonist and your antagonist!"



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over 2 years ago J.C. Marie said:

First off, I love how you set this up in the format of a play. It was a unique choice, but well-executed. I don't think maybe people would have the guts to do it, as well as a piece set in the nineteenth century, so I applaud you for that.

Your diction is clear and perfectly fits the time period your piece is set in, creating an authentic feel for the reader. The constable deciding to rob Lord Brewer as revenge for his brother is the perfect twist.

Your interpretation of the prompt was perfect. I love this story. I dare say it is the favorite entry I have read so far. I don't have any criticism, I think it is fabulous the way it is. Great work and thanks for the swap!


over 2 years ago Jude Kaplan said:

I don't have any constructive criticism for you. This is an excellent piece of writing. It reads very authentically, both in character and diction. It is obvious that you have read a lot of nineteenth century literature because your language is natural. I think the format is clever. I like that it reads like a play; I believe it will stand out from the other entries. I hearted this. Nice job.